Murder of Russian Imperial family members

On July 18, 1918, the day after the shooting at Yekaterinburg of the last Tasr, Nicholas II and family, members of the extended Russian royal family, the Romanovs, including a nun (Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna) and servants, met a brutal death being thrown down a mine-shaft near Alapayevsky by the Bolsheviks.

Russian reenactment of the murders at Alapayevsk:

The Coronation of Tsar Nicholas II

The last coronation service in Russia, held in Moscow at the Cathedraf of the Dormition in the Kremlin, was held on 26 May 1896 for Nicholas II and his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna, who would be the final Tsar and Tsaritsa of Russia.

Rare Historical Footage of the Coronation of Nicholas II:


The Romanov Family

Russia’s last Tsar and his family are betrayed from within.

A National Geographic piece about the Romanovs: